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AREIAC publications

The following AREIAC publications are all available from the distributors, Articles of Faith Ltd at Resource House, Kay Street BURY BL9 6BU. All orders and cheques should be made payable to Articles of Faith at the above address.

M-DIV: Diversity and Inclusion in Religious Education.

  • Single copy £8.00 inc p&p
  • 2 - 19 copies £6.50 inc p&p
  • 20+ copies £4.50 + £ 5 p&p

M-GCSE: GCSE Shourt Courses - A Guide to Success

  • Single copy £8.00 inc p&p
  • 2 - 19 copies £6.50 inc p&p
  • 20+ copies £4.50 + £ 5 p&p

M-TARGET: Challenging Targets in Religious Education

  • Single copy £8.00 inc p&p
  • 2 - 19 copies £6.50 inc p&p
  • 20+ copies £4.50 + £ 5 p&p

M-EFS: Effective Subject Leadership

  • Single copy £10.00 inc p&p
  • 2 - 19 copies £7.50 inc p&p
  • 20+ copies £5.00 + £ 5 p&p

M-BOYS: Underachieving Boys and Undervalued Girls?

  • Single copy £8.00 inc p&p
  • 2 - 19 copies £6.50 inc p&p
  • 20+ copies £4.50 + £ 5 p&p

M-LRE3: Literacy & RE Briefing Paper No 3 (KS 3)

  • Single copy £ 4.00 + p&p

Members' Publications

The following publications are for sale from AREIAC members. Please contact them directly for purchase details and costs.

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ICT and RE is the only publication offering practical ICT ideas for the classroom in using ICT and RE. Widely used in UK classrooms this book is published by Nelson Thornes.

Nelson Thornes website

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Religious Education in Europe offers basic information about the structure and organisation of RE across Europe this is a key text for anyone interested in RE outside of the UK.

Contant Paul Hopkins for details

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Talking Together explores the creative interaction possible for young people between the religions. This book is ideal as a thought-provoking extension to any teaching in RE from Year 5 onwards.

Contact Sarah Thorley for details

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Stilling A pathway for Spiritual Learning in the National Curriculum by Michael Beesley. Revised and Updated. Includes:- ‘What is Stilling? ’33 scripts to use in the classroom. Provides opportunities for pupil’s spiritual development across the curriculum as well as in RE.

Contact Derek Holloway for details

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Teaching RE in the Foundation Stage: This book explores the contribution RE can make to young children’s development. It identifies specific RE focused learning opportunities within an integrated and interrelated FS curriculum. As well as a philosophy for introducing religious education to young children, it offers help with planning and a wide variety of teaching material. The book has been written by teachers in Solihull and extensively trialled in borough schools.

Contact Julie Grove for details

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KS3 RE Teachers' manuals: 3 large ring-binders and on CD, this very successful Scheme of Work includes a rationale and aims, learning objectives and targeted assessment tasks. The 150 specimen lesson plans, including Drama and ICT, each have notes and pupil information and activity sheets. Covering all major and some smaller religions it fits the National Framework but can be adapted easily to most local Agreed Syllabus’.

Contact Roger Daniels for details

 
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